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20th Century Design

A mid 20th century Pablo Picasso Edition Madoura blue and white pottery ewer, in the form of a stylised hen, painted and impressed marks to base, 16cm long - Sold for £920

Michael Ayrton *ARR, (1921-1975), Laocoon I, pencil and watercolour, signed and dated 10.9.68, 29 x 43cm - Sold for £1,650

Paul Vanstone (b1967) *ARR, a carved grey veined white marble garden sculpture in the form of a bust of an angel, on a black marble plinth base, 180cm high overall - Sold for £3,000

James Dodds *ARR, (b1957), Winkle, oil on canvas, signed and dated 2012 verso, unframed, 90 x 150cm - Sold for £3,000

An Arts and Crafts copper hanging lantern, by W.A.S. Benson, suspended from three chains, with six stylised petal shaped shades, having a cauldron shaped reservoir below, marked Benson and Co., New Bond Street, London, with a frilled stylised opaline glass shade, 82cm tall overall - Sold for £9,500

Cecile Crombeke (1921-2002) Dandelions, signed, oil on canvas, 55 x 68cm - Sold for £2,200

An Arts and Crafts brass and copper ceiling light, in the manner of W.A.S. Benson, of flower-head shape with three protruding buds, 36cm diameter - Sold for £360

John Northcote Nash, C.B.E., R.A. 1893-1977, a view of the Stour valley, signed watercolour, 43 x 58cm, bearing a presentation plaque inscribed with the title and presented to M V Registan by Mrs P A Grove-White, August 1966 - Sold for £4.000

Ayrton Senna's jacket from the British Grand Prix 1991, signed by Nigel Mansell and Ayrton Senna, mounted in a glazed presentation display case, 117 x 88cm - Sold for £1,300

A large Whitefriars style Indigo Banjo vase, No.9681, designed by Geoffrey Baxter circa 1967, unmarked, 32cm tall - Sold for £800

Huw Williams, *ARR, (b1968), The Storm, oil on canvas, signed 'HUW' in red paint to the reverse, bearing a paper gallery label for The Osborne Studio Gallery, London, 151 x 151cm, in a contemporary frame. Purchased from the Osborne Studio Gallery - Sold for £4,800

Pablo Picasso, 1881-1973, Les Livres de Picasso realises par PAB, coloured lithograph, signed in pencil by the artist, 17 x 13cm - Sold for £780

Roderic Barrett, (1920-2000), Kitchen, signed with monogram, oil on canvas, 53 x 90cm - Sold for £2.000

Chris Gollon, (b.1953), 'Homeward Bound', pastel on paper, 79 x 59cm - Sold for £680

A life size bronzed head of an Irish wolfhound, 34cm long - Sold for £170

An 18 carat gold, green enamelled and diamond set brooch, in the form of a ladies brimmed hat, 5cm wide - Sold for £420

After Jospeh Lorenzl, 1892-1950, bronzed white metal figural centrepiece, in the form of a female dancer, on a green onyx dished oval base, signed, 39cm tall - Sold for £1,150

A Chanel black quilted ladies handbag, 28 x 11 x 16cm, with cover slip - Sold for £600

An Arts and Crafts brass adjustable desk/wall light, by W.A.S. Benson, with a green bud shaped glass shade, on a heart shaped base, stamped BENSON, approx. 29cm tall - Sold for £420

Graham Vivian Sutherland, 1903-1980, Life in Wood, coloured lithograph, 82/90, signed by the artist, with Gallery blind stamp, 48 x 57cm - Sold for £290

A pair of Williams OMP Formula One racing gloves, one signed by Ayrton Senna and dated 94, mounted and framed, 52 x 60cm - Sold for £2,900

A Paul Ysart glass butterfly paperweight, 5cm tall, together with another similar - Sold for £400

Donald McIntyre, (1923-2009), Entering Boscastle harbour No 2, signed with monogram, mixed media, 19 x 30cm - Sold for £750

A Lalique opalescent glass 'Prunes' vase, designed 1930, etched R. Lalique to base, 17cm tall - Sold for £2,000

Darina Marko, (b.1966) *ARR, still life flowers, signed, oil on board, 58 x 58cm - Sold for £440

A formula I racing car steering wheel, signed Ayrton Senna, dated '86 and stamped AS SPA 86, mounted on a gear cog, 28cm - Sold for £1,200

A 1970's Danish green leather upholstered three seater sofa, on chrome legs, 191cm - Sold for £250

A 1970's Star Wars Palitoy figure, Death Star Droid, 1977, together with another, Jawa, both in original packaging - Sold for £850

Attributed to Alastair Morton *ARR (1910-1963), abstract composition in white, signed with monogram and dated '49, 28 x 31cm - Sold for £170

Anthony Gross *ARR, (1905-1984), foliage, signed, watercolour, 40 x 50cm - Sold for £680

A bronze figure of the Duke of Wellington on horseback, by Bernard Winskill, for The Royal Worcester Porcelain Company, model number eight of a limited edition of fifteen, dated 1978, on a black marble plinth base, 49cm tall overall, with certificate signed by the Director - Sold for £1,100

Attributed to Alastair Morton, (1910-1963), abstract, signed with initials and dated '46, gouache on paper, 17 x 23cm - Sold for £200

A 1970's teak sideboard, 208cm - Sold for £160

An early 20th century carved marble sculpture of a head, of stylised form, on stand, 48cm - Sold for £280

Patrick Caulfield, 1936 - 2005, Weekend Cabin, artist's proof, signed in pencil and inscribed AP, 55 x 91cm - ARR - Sold for £920

Attributed to Alastair Morton, (1910-1963), untitled blue abstract form, gouache on board, 29 x 35cm, inscribed to the reverse Collection of Alison Morton - Sold for £150

A Shell advertising glass petrol pump top, together with another, 42cm tall - Sold for £700

A 1970's Danish brown leather upholstered three seater sofa, on a shaker base, by Skippers, 179cm - Sold for £300

Victor Pasmore, 1908-1998, Blue Movement and Green, screenprint, signed with initials and dated '80 in pencil, Kelpra gallery blindstamp, 75 x 60cm, framed *ARR - Sold for £750

Lovejoy's leather jacket, worn by Ian McShane in the series in the early 1990's, together with a collection of related photographs and ephemera. Provenance: acquired from the vendor on the set during filming in 1994 at Belchamp Hall, in Suffolk - Sold for £1,000

A Wedgwood Travel pattern meat platter, designed by Eric Ravilious, printed marks, 37cm wide - Sold for £120

A pair of 1970's tubular chrome and red upholstered swivel armchairs - Sold for £320

Tarisse King, b.1986, Australian, Fire, oil on canvas, 120 x 180cm, unframed Tarisse King was born in Adelaide and is the daughter of highly regarded Aboriginal artist William King Jungala (1966-2007) - Sold for £900

A Chanel baby pink quilted leather Reporter ladies handbag, with a black logo and handles, 40cm, in a Chanel dust cover and original white box - Sold for £650

Attributed to Alastair Morton, (1910-1963), untitled form, pen on paper, 25 x 35cm, signed to the mount in pencil - Sold for £290

A large patinated bronze figure group of a horse and jockey, on a naturalistic base, 91cm high - Sold for £1,050

Jeannie Petyarre, b.1951, Australian, Bush Yam Leaves, oil on canvas, 92 x 122 cm, unframed - Sold for £600

An Ercol blonde elm dining suite - Sold for £950

Tom Keating *ARR, (1917-1984), after Paul Cezanne, (1839-1906), still life with fruit dish, signed, oil on canvas, 60 x 75cm - Sold for £160

A rare early 20th century American 'The Big Game Hunter' patented arcade game, circa 1931, in a painted wooden case, stamped A.B.T. (Manufacturing Company) Chicago, Illinois, 68 x 26cm - Sold for £720

Tom Keating *ARR, (1917-1984), after Henri Matisse, (1869-1954), portrait of a woman, signed and inscribed 'Tom Keating apres Matisse', ink, 20 x 15cm - Sold for £420

J Strevens *ARR, (1902-1990), 'Un Boulevard', signed, oil on canvas, 70 x 90cm - Sold for £500

Robert Taylor *ARR, (b.1946), Sting of the Black Tulip, The 1500 Victory edition limited edition print, 57/850, variously signed to the margin in pencil and mounted with Nazi emblems, 51 x 72cm, together with certificate and receipt from Merlin Aviation Art - Sold for £500

An Arts and Crafts brass standard lamp, by W.A.S. Benson, with a reeded column and stylised leaf supports and brass reservoir, stamped BENSON, 139cm high - Sold for £520

A small collection of Clarice Cliff pottery - Sold for £780

Robert Taylor *ARR, (b.1946), Dawn Eagles Rising, limited edition artist's proof, 23/75, with various signatures to the margin and inset within the mount in pencil, 30 x 58cm, with certificate of authenticity and receipt form Marlin Aviation Art - Sold for £580

Tom Keating *ARR, (1917-1984), after Edouard Manet, (1832-1883), couple by a boat, oil on canvas, signed lower left, 49 x 59cm - Sold for £360

A continental bronze figure of a young lady, wearing a flowing dress and holding a fan, after Wagner, signed to base, 48cm high - Sold for £280

Jaime Azocar, (b1941), La Vallee de St Paul de Venee, signed and dated '68, oil on canvas, 98 x 71cm - Sold for £260

A pair of 1940's Holophane opaque glass ceiling lights, with opaque glass shades, each 30cm diameter - Sold for £260

Robert Taylor *ARR, (b.1946) Knights of the Eastern Front, limited edition canvas print, 62 x 90cm, no. 4/75, bearing a stamp for The Military Gallery - Sold for £220

A vintage pub game The Rippler, in a glazed wooden case, 53cm high - Sold for £230

After Martha Walter, (20th century), Beach Scene, signed oil on board, 40 x 49cm, inscribed and dated 1910 verso - Sold for £600

A 19th century ebonised Sussex armchair, with a rush seat, on turned legs, manufactured by Morris and company circa 1880 - Sold for £210

Tom Keating *ARR, (1917-1984), after Edouard Manet, (1832-1883), portrait of a girl, pastel, signed and inscribed 'Tom Keating for Church Tower Fund' in reference to the parish church of St Mary the Virgin, Dedham, 20 x 14cm - Sold for £200

An early 20th century Cotswold style light oak writing table, containing a pair of short drawers, on square chamfered legs, 92cm - Sold for £200

An Asprey silver writing slope, with a sprung lid lifting to reveal a black leather writing surface, inscribed Cyril Dennis MBE, 6th July 04, With all my love Hilary, London 2003, 19cm - Sold for £200

Edward Ardizzone *ARR, (1900-1979), The Wreck, lithograph, published 1953, 47 x 72cm - Sold for £190

Leslie Marr *ARR, (b1922), interior scene, signed, watercolour, 55 x 75cm - Sold for £180

Tessa Newcomb *ARR, (b1955), cow before a church, gouache, signed with monogram lower right and dated '89, 23 x 29cm - Sold for £180

A rare early 20th century Fortuna automatic bagatelle arcade game, manufactured under Jofeh's license, 1901, numbered I824, in an oak case, 78cm high - Sold for £700

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